Lecrae, Voddie Baucham, et al on Ferguson

An extended conversation:

On Bill Cosby

Whatever the truth is, it’s amazing how people who say things that liberals disagree with have a much harder time with situations like this. Steven Hayward says it well on PowerLine: Actually I think the whole racial angle on Cosby should be turned on its head: How come Roman Polanski’s film career wasn’t ended after a conviction for rape? Or More …

The Best Comment on the Whole Donald Sterling Thing

…comes from noted thespian and martial arts enthusiast Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: And now the poor guy’s girlfriend (undoubtedly ex-girlfriend now) is on tape cajoling him into revealing his racism. Man, what a winding road she led him down to get all of that out. She was like a sexy nanny playing “pin the fried chicken on the Sambo.” She blindfolded him More …

God’s Vision for Diversity

You hear the word “diversity” a lot nowadays, but usually it’s only used in the most superficial, bean-counting, lip-service way by politicians and professional protesters. If Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world, what does that really mean for us Christians? Trillia Newbell has a book about that very thing, called United: Captured by God’s Vision More …

Paula Deened

For your consideration, I propose adding a new word to the lexicon: Paula Deened (v) – The act of taking a person who is absolutely harmless (possibly widely beloved) and portraying that person as the personification of evil. Often accomplished by exaggerated moral outrage at something the target did in the distant past or a small act that would otherwise More …

The Opinion of One Completly Uneducated Layman on Shelby County v. Holder

In the Supreme Court case of Shelby County v. Holder, Alabama is arguing to be released from the oversight requirements of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. I’m no lawyer myself, and I don’t know all the ins and outs of Constitutional law along with associated fancy-shmancy Latin terms and whatnot. However, I do know that Alabama, and the rest of More …

Why Obama Losing woud be Better for Race Relations than Obama Winning

The racial grievance industry has been so successful that in recent history it has had a tendency to counteract itself. There are so many legal protections against discrimination in place, that sometimes employers don’t want to hire someone from a protected class for fear that they won’t be able to fire them. Or if they do, they’ll be subjected to More …

Exodus Now

E.W. Jackson is calling for an exodus of black Christians from the Democratic party. I’m not black, and I’m not a Democrat, but, dang, he has my attention: If he’s successful, maybe we can get him to launch a push to get white Christians out of the Democratic party too. And then all other colors of Christians. And then people More …

Bob is a Racist

In the words of Jay Nordlinger, “This is exactly the sort of thing Saturday Night Live would do, if SNL weren’t ideologically committed.” (By which he means, this is the sort of thing they would do… if they were racists!

Why Do We Need to Call Ourselves Racist?

Ok, let’s do a quick check. This guy is president of the United States, right? That guy, right there? I’m pretty sure he is. And, as I’m given to understand, he’s black, right? Let’s check again. Yep, given the visual evidence and the corroborating reports (Morgan Freeman’s opinion notwithstanding), I feel pretty safe in saying that, yes, he is black. More …